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CMH Pub 7-1 The Supreme Command by Forrest C. Pogue. First published 1954.

"A description of General Eisenhower's wartime command, focusing on the general, his staff, and his superiors in London and Washington and contrasting Allied and enemy command organizations."

The Supreme Commander
The Coalition Command
The nature of SHAEF
The machinery of SHAEF
Planning before SHAEF
SHAEF revises plans for the attack
SHAEF's air problems, January-June 1944
Relations with the occupied countries
Final preparations for the invasion
D Day to the breakout
The breakout and pursuit to the Seine
The campaign in Southern France
Relations with the French, June-September 1944
The pursuit stops short of the Rhine
Command reorganization, June-October 1944
Fighting in the North
The battles of attrition, September-December 1944
Relations with liberated countries
Program for Germany
The winter counteroffensives
The Battle for the Rhineland
The Battle for the Ruhr
The drive to the Elbe
The drive to the Elbe (continued)
The German surrender
The last phase.

Digitized by the U.S. Army Center of Military History: http://www.history.army.mil
 


"Bibliographical note": pages 557-568

Originally published: 1954

Supt. of Doc. no.: D 114.7:SU 7

The Supreme Commander -- The Coalition Command -- The nature of SHAEF -- The machinery of SHAEF -- Planning before SHAEF -- SHAEF revises plans for the attack -- SHAEF's air problems, January-June 1944 -- Relations with the occupied countries -- Final preparations for the invasion -- D Day to the breakout -- The breakout and pursuit to the Seine -- The campaign in Southern France -- Relations with the French, June-September 1944 -- The pursuit stops short of the Rhine -- Command reorganization, June-October 1944 -- Fighting in the North -- The battles of attrition, September-December 1944 -- Relations with liberated countries -- Program for Germany -- The winter counteroffensives -- The Battle for the Rhineland -- The Battle for the Ruhr -- The drive to the Elbe -- The drive to the Elbe (continued) -- The German surrender -- The last phase

A description of General Eisenhowerâ‚‚s wartime command, focusing on the general, his staff, and his superiors in London and Washington and contrasting Allied and enemy command organizations


Publisher Washington : Center of Military History, United States Army
Year 1989
Pages 639
Language English
Collection wwIIarchive; additional_collections

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